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  • 7 Critical Success Factors for Your Cloud Voice Strategy

    Sponsored by: Intrado

    With time, a move to cloud voice is becoming more and more essential. Even before the world went remote, analysts were predicting an explosive growth in cloud communications. Now, you must ready your employees for the future of work. Take in this white paper outlining 7 critical success factors to implementing cloud voice.

  • Remote Agent Playbook

    Sponsored by: RingCentral

    Transitioning to remote work has presented a lot of challenges for contact centers. Download this playbook to learn what strategies and tools you can implement today in your contact center to better support agents and customers during emergency situations.

  • Deliver Workspace Security & Zero Trust With Citrix + Google Cloud

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    2020 was a prime example of the need for flexible, secure remote working capabilities. Citrix and Google have been innovating in this space for decades – read this solution brief to learn more about their workspace security and zero trust offering.

  • Computer Weekly – 15 December 2020: How security will be different after Covid-19

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the world of cyber security will probably never return to its pre-pandemic state – we look ahead. The combination of remote working and streaming video is putting extra strain on networks. And we look at how digital transformation is changing the way contact centres are run. Read the issue now.

  • 2021 IT Priorities: APAC report

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Inside this report, get the complete analysis of the 2021 IT Priorities survey results, as well as insights into enterprises in the region that are accelerating their digital investments to not only survive but thrive in a post-pandemic world.

  • Beyond Endpoint Protection: Remote Work is the New Normal – Are Your Remote Endpoint Secure?

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    It’s time to sit down and really think about your endpoint protection. 78% of people are now working remote, which means that endpoints are more vulnerable than ever – plus, remote breaches are harder to identify and contain. So, what can you do to keep threats away from remote endpoints? Let this infographic shed some light.

  • Data Protection for Remote Workers

    Sponsored by: HelpSystems

    The large-scale move to a remote workforce has put an emphasis on IT’s need to scale security and data protections to home offices, especially at a time when attacks on personal and corporate data continue to rise. What can you do to ensure data security? Examine this solution brief to learn how to fill in the gaps for protecting data.

  • Remote and @ Risk

    Sponsored by: Dtex

    The global shift to enable remote workforces in 2020 created a number of operational hurdles and introduces a series of security risks – the most significant being insider threats. Read this threat report to learn more about the current state of security and how 2020 put organizations at higher risk.

  • Remote Working Is New To A Lot Of Organizations, But Not To Williams Racing

    Sponsored by: Dtex

    It’s no secret that to be successful in Formula 1, racing teams need to have a cohesive, synchronized strategy on race day – but what about the team members that aren’t at the track on race day? Read this case study to see how Williams Racing protects their remote workers and the role cybersecurity plays in their success.

  • Attacking and Defending a Distributed Workforce

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    The shift to a distributed, remote workforce has exposed businesses to new attack vectors, including confidentiality threats, remote business process threats and availability threats, all of which alter company risk profiles. What does this mean for network professionals and risk management? Read this white paper to get the answer.

  • CW APAC: Expert advice on zero-trust security

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Zero trust is a security model that eliminates the traditional perimeter and assumes that no user or device can be trusted until proven otherwise. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at how enterprises can take a zero-trust approach to securing their network, devices and workforce.

  • Integrate GoTo with Microsoft Teams to Supercharge Your Online Collaboration and Communication

    Sponsored by: LogMeIn, Inc.

    Organizations are using Microsoft Teams to securely engage and communicate – especially across email, chat, and messaging services. In this data sheet, you’ll learn how Teams integrates with GoTo’s cloud-telephony, high-quality audio and videoconferencing. View now to learn 3 reasons to integrate GoTo with Teams.

  • RMM & Patch Management: The First Line of Defense Against Cyberthreats

    Sponsored by: Datto, Inc.

    Given high-profile attacks like WannaCry, MSPs are often the ones looked to for providing tactical measures to secure their clients’ IT environments. Dig into this paper to view guidance on getting started with patch management and RMM services to help you as an MSP in this endeavor.

  • Operate From Anywhere: The Next Evolution of Remote Work

    Sponsored by: Kingpin Comm. - 8X8

    We’ve learned that remote work is no longer a nice-to-have perk—it is an operational pillar that enables employees to serve customers, generate revenue, reduce costs, and innovate from anywhere using any device. Stay in the game – read this essential guide for valuable insights to accelerate your organization’s shift to operate-from-anywhere.

  • Open for Business: Enabling True Collaboration Without Compromise

    Sponsored by: Kingpin Comm. - 8X8

    As network professionals know, the greatest inhibitor of productivity is complexity. With commerce, talent acquisition and now work all living online, organizations need a platform can support all of their communications efforts through just one vendor. Jump into this e-book to get a glimpse at what all-in-one communications can do.

  • Cybersecurity in the Remote Work Era: A Global Risk Report

    Sponsored by: Keeper Security Inc

    One of the business functions most affected by the spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent era of remote work is IT security. Read this comprehensive research report, Cybersecurity in the Remote Work Era: A Global Risk Report, for a closer look at the new risks to look out for, how security postures have changed, and other key findings.

  • Cloud Adoption and Risk Report

    Sponsored by: McAfee

    The spread of COVID-19 has caused dramatic changes in how organizations approach protecting their remote employees while facilitating productive work environments – affecting cloud service usage across on a global scale. For key findings and statistics, read the McAfee Cloud Adoption and Risk Report.

  • The Future of Work is Here

    Sponsored by: Dropbox

    In this webcast from Dropbox and Forrester, experts discuss findings from their recent research on the remote work experience including what industries it works best for, preferences for WFH, 5 ways to support the remote workforce, and much more.

  • How to Enhance Cybersecurity as Your Office Reopens

    Sponsored by: Keeper Security Inc

    No matter when the world will be ready to return the office, it’s never a bad idea to evaluate (or reevaluate) cybersecurity in your organization. Everything from device management to training to policies should be carefully scrutinized. Need help getting started? Check out this infographic for 5 ways to enhance cybersecurity.

  • Cybersecurity Built for Your Business, Budget and Staff

    Sponsored by: Panda Security

    In the US, 42% of employees are working from home full-time. As a result, managing distributed workforces has become a priority for organizational leaders. Remote deployment and lack of centralization have both created security and compliance risks. To regain control, view this e-book about the top organizational challenges and their solutions.

  • Learning from COVID-19: Security and Continuity Planning

    Sponsored by: Panda Security

    As organizations search for ways to improve network performance in the wake of almost-ubiquitous remote work, security threats loom larger and larger. But IT professionals cannot face this challenge alone – they need a set of guidelines to manage security and continuity planning. Read this in-depth e-book to learn some of these guidelines.

  • The Future of Work Wellcome Trust HotTopics Interview

    Sponsored by: Okta

    In this webinar, join Eileen Jennings-Brown, Head of Technology at Wellcome Trust, and Peter Stojanovic, editor at HotTopics, as they discuss the challenges and silver linings related to the new normal and the future of work.

  • The Future of Work the Hut Group HotTopics Interview

    Sponsored by: Okta

    For organizations and their employees, adjusting to remote work and digital interactions has been as challenging as it is necessary. In this webinar, join Joanna Drake, CIO of The Hut Group, and Peter Stojanovic, editor at HotTopics.HT as they discuss the new normal and the future of work.

  • Remote Work Best Practices Emphasize UC Collaboration Tools

    Sponsored by: TATA Communications

    Most organizations take their business continuity plans for granted under normal conditions, but these plans aren’t truly tested until adversity strikes. Now, continuity must be ensured through maximization of remote resources, especially UC technology, to keep employees happy and mitigate risk. Read our expert guide to learn how to do this.

  • Computer Weekly - 7 April 2020: Adapting IT to the new normal

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to four top IT leaders to find out how they are supporting their organisations through the coronavirus crisis. We look at the security best practices recommended by experts to ensure safe remote working for staff. And the CISO of Equifax explains why the firm is moving to public cloud. Read the issue now.

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